The IDC estimates that there would be 152,200 IoT devices connected every minute by 2025, indicating that there would be about 80 billion IoT devices connected annually. While IoT devices have numerous benefits and are immensely helpful for different purposes, they also pose as attractive vulnerabilities for cybercriminals. Be it insecure passwords, networks, ecosystem
Lot Security and Penetration TestingDuration 10 days
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What you will learn
Introduction to cybersecurity
Introduction to basic terminology and initiatives
Device security and gateway security
IoT cloud platforms and their security
IoT ecosystem and penetration testing approaches
Attack and fault trees
Threat modelling IoT systems, applications and hardware
IoT testing and security automation
In order to be eligible for this course, participants need to successfully complete the Advanced IoT training provided by Cognixia, or have equivalent knowledge and skills in IoT. You can know more about our Advanced IoT course.
Once all the sessions of the course are completed, you will be evaluated on the basis of multiple parameters such as your attendance in the sessions, your scores in multiple-choice questions-based assessment, etc. Based on your overall performance, you will receive a course completion certificate from Cognixia.